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Main Features of IB
Makeup of Each Chapter
Download images to your computer
Check images
Print images
Organize images
Edit images
Chapter 1 Basic Operation
Utilize images
Attach an image to an e-mail
Create wallpaper or a screen saver
Convert images
Change image size and type
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p.** : Reference page (jump to page by clicking)
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Starting up and quitting IB
Downloading images to your computer
Checking images
Printing images
Efficient checking of images
Organizing images
Editing images
Utilizing images
Index printing
Layout printing
Adjust images
Trim images
Insert text
Correct red-eye
Change image size and type
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Checking images with high-level functions
Organizing images with high-level functions
Advanced image editing
Chapter 4 Preferences
Settings for all functions
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Chapter 1 Basic Operation.................................. 6
Organizing Images ......................................................... 20
Starting up IB ....................................................................7
Creating a Folder for Saving Images........................... 20
Moving Images ............................................................ 21
Moving Images in Folders ........................................ 21
Changing File and Folder Names for Images.............. 22
Deleting an Image or Folder ........................................ 23
Registering Frequently-Used Folders as Favorite
Folders......................................................................... 23
Deleting Favorite Folders ......................................... 24
Downloading an Image to Your Computer........................7
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader.............8
Viewing an Image .............................................................9
View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window .......10
Changing the Display Magnification .........................11
Enlarging and Viewing Images One at a Time ............11
Displaying an Image Across the Whole Window
(Full View Display)....................................................12
Printing an Image............................................................13
Quitting IB .......................................................................14
Chapter 2 Advanced Operation ........................ 15
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Checking/Sorting Images................................................16
Enlarging and Checking Images One at a Time ..........16
Enlarging a Specific Part of an Image ......................17
Sorting Images.............................................................17
Extracting Images You Want to Display (Filter Display) .18
Arranging Images in the Main Window.....................18
Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images ...............................19
Editing an Image............................................................. 25
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Adjusting Color and Brightness ................................... 26
Trimming an Image...................................................... 27
Inserting Text into Images ........................................... 28
Adjusting Sharpness.................................................... 29
Correcting Red-Eye Automatically............................... 30
Correcting Red-Eye Manually .................................. 30
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Utilizing Your Images...................................................... 31
Viewing Images as a Slide Show ................................ 31
Sending an Image by E-Mail ....................................... 33
Creating Wallpaper from an Image.............................. 34
Creating a Screen Saver from an Image ..................... 35
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Printing Multiple Images on One Sheet of Paper
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Arranging Images Freely and Printing (Layout Printing). 38
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Chapter 3 High-Level Functions....................... 39
Chapter 4 Preferences....................................... 52
Comparing Multiple Images ............................................40
Preferences .................................................................... 53
Viewing Shooting Information for an Image ....................41
Browser Window Settings............................................ 53
Viewer Window Settings.............................................. 54
Confirmation Dialog Box Settings................................ 54
Processing When Rotating Settings ............................ 55
Layout Print Settings ................................................... 55
Photo Print Settings..................................................... 55
Register Application Settings....................................... 55
Changing the Size and Type of an Image and Saving ...41
Exporting Shooting Information ......................................42
Organizing Images Using High-Level Functions.............43
Setting Keywords in Images ........................................43
Entering Comments into Images .................................43
Saving Multiple Images with New File Names.............44
Classifying Images by Shot Date.................................44
Searching for Images......................................................46
Performing Advanced Editing .........................................47
Adjusting the Color of an Image in RGB......................47
Adjusting the Brightness Level ....................................48
Adjusting the Tone Curve ............................................48
Transferring Images to Other Image Editing
Software.......................................................................49
Merging Images to Create Panorama Images.............50
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Adding Sound to Images/Playing Back...........................51
Adding Sound to Images .............................................51
Playing Back Sound.....................................................51
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Reference ............................................................. 56
Troubleshooting ..............................................................57
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Deleting the Software (Uninstalling) ...............................58
System Requirements ....................................................59
About RAW Image Task .................................................59
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List of Main Window Functions .......................................60
Preview Mode ..............................................................60
List Mode .....................................................................61
List of Viewer Window Functions ....................................62
List of Photo Print Window Functions .............................63
List of Index Print Window Functions..............................64
List of Layout Print Window Functions............................65
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About This Instruction Manual ..................................69
Trademark Acknowledgments ..................................69
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Starting up IB............................................................. 7
Downloading an Image to Your Computer ................ 7
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader............ 8
Viewing an Image ...................................................... 9
View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window ...... 10
Changing the Display Magnification ....................... 11
Enlarging and Viewing Images One at a Time ........... 11
Displaying an Image Across the Whole Window (Full
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Printing an Image .................................................... 13
Quitting IB................................................................ 14
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Starting up IB
Downloading an Image to Your Computer
Click the icon on the Dock.
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your camera and computer and turn the
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camera on.
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When IB starts up, connect the camera and your computer with the
interface cable provided with the camera and turn the camera on.
For detailed instructions on connecting your camera and
computer, refer to the “EOS Utility Instruction Manual” (PDF
electronic manual).
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IB starts up and the main window (browser window) appears.
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Connect the camera and computer with the cable provided and
download the images saved on the memory card inserted in the camera.
For downloading images, start up the camera software “EOS Utility” and
use.
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EOS Utility starts up automatically.
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The [CANON iMAGE GATEWAY] button may not be displayed
depending on the area you are in.
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Download images.
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader
You can also download images to the computer using a third-party card
reader.
Click
up IB and then select the save destination for
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the images in the folder area at the left of the main
window.
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Downloading of images begins.
The downloaded images are saved in the [Pictures] folder and
are displayed in the main window of IB.
The downloaded images are sorted into folders by date and
saved.
Click the EOS Utility [Quit] button to quit EOS Utility and turn the
camera’s power switch to < OFF >.
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2 Load the memory card into the card reader.
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Advantages of using EOS Utility to download images
Using EOS Utility to download images makes it easier to organize your
images as they are downloaded, sorted and saved into folders by date.
Download images window appears.
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Viewing an Image
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Download images.
Images downloaded to your computer are displayed as thumbnail
images in the main window. You can double-click a thumbnail to open
the viewer window and display the image at a larger size.
Download images window
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Downloading of images begins.
The downloaded images are saved in the folder selected in step
1 and are displayed in the main window of IB.
The downloaded images are sorted into folders by date and
saved.
Click the [Exit] button to quit Download images window.
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The clicked image is enlarged and
displayed in the center of the window
Displays the images in the folder that was selected
from the folder area on the left of the window
To select multiple images, click on the images while holding
down the <
> key or < shift > key on the keyboard.
You can select all images in a folder by clicking the [Selecting
Images] button and then selecting [Select All] from the menu that
appears.
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Advantages of using IB to download images
Using IB to download images makes it easier to organize your images
as they are downloaded, sorted and saved into folders by date.
For a list of main window functions, refer to p.60.
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View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window
Main window (List Mode)
You can change the display mode of the main window to show only a list
of the thumbnail images.
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Click the [List Mode] tab sheet.
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The main window display changes to List Mode.
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Displays the images in the folder
that was selected from the folder
area on the left of the window
To select multiple images, click on the images while holding
down the <
> key or < shift > key on the keyboard.
You can select all images in a folder by clicking the [Selecting
Images] button and then selecting [Select All] from the menu that
appears.
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For a list of List Mode functions, refer to p.61.
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Changing the Display Magnification
Enlarging and Viewing Images One at a Time
You can change the display magnification of the thumbnail images
displayed in Preview Mode (p.60) and List Mode (p.61).
1 Double-click an image to enlarge.
Double-click
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Change the display magnification.
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Drag left or right
You can also change the display magnification by clicking [
or [
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The display magnification of the images changes.
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The viewer window appears.
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Window (Full View Display)
Double-click on the image you want to display
across the whole window.
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clicking [
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The image is enlarged and displayed across the whole window.
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When you display RAW images in the viewer window
The [Show Original Image] button appears at the bottom of the window.
Click this button to display the processed image.
For a list of viewer window functions, refer to p.62.
To return to the viewer window, click on the window or press the
< esc > key on the keyboard.
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Printing an Image
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This section explains how to print one image on one sheet of paper.
1 Select the image to be printed.
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Set the paper size and other settings, and then click
the [Print] button.
Photo Print window
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To select multiple images, click on the images while holding
down the <
> key or < shift > key on the keyboard.
You can select all images in a folder by clicking the [Selecting
Images] button and then selecting [Select All] from the menu that
appears.
2 Display the print settings window.
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Printing begins.
Click the [Print & Email] button and then select [Photo Print] from
the menu that appears.
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The [Photo Print] window appears.
For a list of photo print window functions, refer to p.63.
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Quitting IB
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In the main window, select the [ImageBrowser] menu
X [Quit ImageBrowser].
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Checking/Sorting Images ......................................... 16
Enlarging and Checking Images One at a Time ........ 16
Enlarging a Specific Part of an Image ................... 17
Sorting Images........................................................... 17
Extracting Images You Want to Display (Filter
Display) .............................................................. 18
Arranging Images in the Main Window .................. 18
Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images......................... 19
Organizing Images ................................................... 20
Creating a Folder for Saving Images ......................... 20
Moving Images .......................................................... 21
Moving Images in Folders...................................... 21
Changing File and Folder Names for Images ............ 22
Deleting an Image or Folder ...................................... 23
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Registering Frequently-Used Folders as Favorite
Folders .................................................................... 23
Deleting Favorite Folders....................................... 24
Editing an Image ...................................................... 25
Automatic Adjustment Using IB ................................. 25
Adjusting Color and Brightness ................................. 26
Trimming an Image.................................................... 27
Inserting Text into Images ......................................... 28
Adjusting Sharpness.................................................. 29
Correcting Red-Eye Automatically............................. 30
Correcting Red-Eye Manually................................ 30
Utilizing Your Images............................................... 31
Viewing Images as a Slide Show ............................... 31
Sending an Image by E-Mail ...................................... 33
Creating Wallpaper from an Image............................. 34
Creating a Screen Saver from an Image .................... 35
Printing Multiple Images on One Sheet of Paper
(Index Printing) ...................................................... 37
Arranging Images Freely and Printing (Layout
Printing) ................................................................. 38
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You can enlarge images one at a time from a list in the main window and
check what they look like in detail, and sort them into one of three
groups with [
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Double-click on the image on the top left of the main
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The shooting information is displayed if you click [
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Shooting Information) and select [Show Shooting Information]
from the menu that appears.
To quit the viewer window, click [
] on the top left of the
window.
When checking RAW images, always click on the [Show Original
Image] button and check the processed images.
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To display only selected images in the viewer window
Select multiple images in the main window (p.10) and then click on
[
] (View Image) (p.61) on the bottom of the main window to display
only the selected images in the viewer window.
For a list of viewer window functions, refer to p.62.
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Enlarging a Specific Part of an Image
Sorting Images
1 Enlarge an image.
You can sort images into one of three groups by attaching [
according to photo subject or theme. Please note that [
automatically attached to images shot with your camera.
Click the list box and then select the display magnification.
] (ratings)
] is
Increase or decrease a rating.
Click the list box and then select the number of [
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The image enlarges and the navigator window appears.
2 Display the part of the image you want to check.
Drag the enlargement display position in the navigator window
and display the part of the image you want to check.
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Drag to move the
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Display magnification
To return to full view, select [Fit to window] from the list box.
Enlarging RAW images
RAW images cannot be enlarged before they are processed. By clicking
the [Show Original Image] button on the bottom of the window, the
image is processed and it can be enlarged.
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Extracting Images You Want to Display (Filter Display)
You can extract images displayed in the main window by the number of
[
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Click the [
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Arranging Images in the Main Window
You can arrange images in the order of file size or shot date and time.
Select the [View] menu X [Sort] X desired item.
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The extract function appears.
the number of [
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Only the images with the number of [
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The images are arranged in the order according to the selected
item.
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File Name
File Modification
Date
File Size
Shooting
Date/Time
Type
Description
Image file names are arranged in the order of 0 – 9 J a – z.
Images are arranged in the order of most recently
updated.
Images are arranged in the order of the smallest file size.
Images are arranged in the order of most recently shot.
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Images are arranged in the order of BMP images J RAW
images J JPEG images J PICT images J TIFF images.
Images are arranged from top to bottom in order of
sorting criteria.
Images are arranged from bottom to top in order of
Descending
sorting criteria.
Ascending
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Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images
With Preview Mode that displays images as thumbnails and as single
images in the same window, you can sort images by the number of [
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while checking efficiently. You can also simultaneously check shooting
information for images.
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you want to check, and then sort with the number of
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Select the number of [
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1 Enable Preview Mode.
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The main window display switches to Preview Mode.
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The selected image in the thumbnail
image display area is enlarged in
the center of the window
Thumbnail image display area
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When checking RAW images, always click on the [Show Original
Image] button in the viewer window and check the processed
images.
For a list of Preview Mode functions, refer to p.60.
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Organizing Images
This section explains functions that are useful for organizing images
such as creating new folders for saving sorted images, moving and
copying images and deleting unwanted images.
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Select the [File] menu X [New Folder].
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Moving Images in Folders
Moving Images
You can move or copy images to separate folders and organize them
according to shot date or theme.
You can move or copy folders that contain images, and organize images
in folders.
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Drag the folder to be moved or copied.
Drag the image to be moved or copied.
To move:Drag the image and release when the image is in the
destination folder.
To copy: Drag the image while holding down the < option > key
and release when the image is in the destination folder.
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The image is moved or copied to the folder it was dragged to.
To move:Drag the folder and release when the folder is in the
destination folder.
To copy: Drag the folder while holding down the < option > key
and release when the folder is in the destination folder.
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Changing File and Folder Names for Images
main window, select the image whose name
1 Inyouthewant
to change, or, in the folder area, select the
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click the [OK] button.
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2 Select the [File] menu X [Rename].
The file or folder name changes to the new one.
The [Rename] window appears.
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window (p.41) or in the information display area (p.60) in Preview
Mode.
You can also change the folder name in the [File Information]
window (p.41).
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Deleting an Image or Folder
Registering Frequently-Used Folders as Favorite Folders
Deleted images and folders cannot be recovered. Also, take care when
deleting folders as all the images inside a folder will also be deleted.
the main window, select the image you want to
1 Indelete,
or in the folder area, select the folder you
want to delete.
2 Click [Send to Trash].
You can register shortcuts for frequently-used folders in the [Favorite
Folders] tab sheet in the folder area to make images easier to find.
Please note that because the [Pictures] folder is registered as a favorite
folder by default, the folder icon appears as [
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IB.
If the [Move to Trash?] dialog box appears, click the [Yes] button.
To delete an image or a folder from your computer, on the
desktop, select the [Finder] menu X [Empty Trash].
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The folder icon changes to [
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the registered folder to display the images
4 Select
inside the folder.
Select the [Favorite Folders] tab sheet.
Deleting Favorite Folders
If you no longer need a folder you have registered in the [Favorite
Folders] tab sheet, you can delete it from this tab sheet.
Please note that as registered folders are shortcuts, the original folder
will not be deleted when you delete the shortcut.
In the [Favorite Folders] tab sheet, select the folder
you want to delete and then click the [Remove]
button.
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The images inside the folder appear.
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The folder is deleted.
If you have edited or deleted images in folders you have
registered as favorites
Any changes done to images inside registered folders will be applied to
the original images. Therefore, please be aware that by editing or
deleting images inside registered folders, you are in fact editing or
deleting the original images.
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Editing an Image
Introduction
If the brightness or color of images is different from what you visualized
when you shot the photo, you can adjust an image using the editing
functions to bring them closer to what you visualized.
This section explains about automatic adjustment of images, adjustment
of brightness/saturation, trimming images, inserting text into images,
adjustment of sharpness and red-eye correction.
JPEG images deteriorate slightly when edited and saved, and the image
before editing cannot be recovered. For this reason, an edited JPEG
image should be saved as a separate image from the original image.
Chapter 3 explains about high-level editing functions other than those
described above.
You can edit RAW images in Digital Photo Professional (hereinafter,
“DPP”). Select the RAW image in the Main Window and select the
[File] menu X [Process RAW Images by Digital Photo Professional],
which will start up DPP. For detailed instructions on using DPP,
refer to “Digital Photo Professional Instruction Manual” (PDF
electronic manual).
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The brightness and colors, etc. of the image are automatically adjusted.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window .
[Edit] and then select [Auto Adjustment] in the
2 Click
menu that appears.
(p.16)
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Click the [Auto Adjust Image] button.
Auto Adjustment window
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4 Check the adjustments.
Checkmark to display the image before adjustments
5 Click the [OK] button.
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Save as a separate image.
Adjusting Color and Brightness
In the viewer window, click [Save].
You can adjust the brightness and color (saturation) of images.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window
[Edit] and then select [Color/Brightness
2 Click
Adjustment] in the menu that appears
.
(p.16).
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The [Color/Brightness Adjustment] window appears.
3
The save dialog box appears.
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Enter a new name, specify the save location and then
click the [Save] button.
Enter the new name
Specify the save location
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Move the slider to the right to make the [Saturation] of an image
to appear more vivid and the [Brightness] appear brighter. Move
the slider to the left to make the [Saturation] of an image weaker,
and the [Brightness] of an image appears darker.
The image is adjusted.
The edited image is saved as a separate image from the original
image.
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Trimming an Image
You can trim only the part of an image you need, or change the
composition of an image where an image shot horizontally becomes
vertical.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window .
[Edit] and then select [Trim Image] in the menu
2 Click
that appears
.
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Click the [Trim Image] button.
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Check the trimming and then click the [OK] button.
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The trimming range can be moved by dragging.
You can change the trimming range by dragging the four corners
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Inserting Text into Images
You can insert the date and time you shot an image and text into an
image as text.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window .
[Edit] and then select [Insert Text] in the menu
2 Click
that appears
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Using the keyboard, enter the text you want to insert.
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The [Insert Text] window appears.
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The text you enter appears in the window.
5 Check your entry and then click the [OK] button.
6 Save the image as a separate image .
Drag the range for inserting text.
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You can change the text insertion range by dragging the four
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Adjusting Sharpness
You can make the overall atmosphere of an image harder or softer.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window .
[Edit] and then select [Sharpness] in the menu
2 Click
that appears
.
(p.16)
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5 Save the image as a separate image
Check the adjustments and then click the [OK]
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The [Sharpness] window appears.
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Adjust the image.
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Drag right to adjust
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The image is adjusted.
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Correcting Red-Eye Manually
Correcting Red-Eye Automatically
You can automatically detect and correct red-eye that occurs when you
photograph people using a flash.
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[Edit] and then select [Red Eye Correction] in
2 Click
the menu that appears
.
Display the image to edit in the viewer window (p.16).
(p.25)
The [Red Eye Correction] window appears.
You can manually correct red-eye that cannot be corrected
automatically.
1 Display the. [Red Eye Correction] window
the image enlarged and then select [Manual
2 Display
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the corrections and then click the [OK]
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5 Save the image as a separate image .
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Utilizing Your Images
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Click on the places in the image you want to correct.
When you move the mouse cursor on the places to be corrected,
[
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Viewing Images as a Slide Show
You can display selected images across the whole window and switch
between them as a slide show.
1 Select images.
2 Select the [View] menu X [Slide Show Options].
Click
The image is corrected.
the corrections and then click the [OK]
4 Check
button.
5 Save the image as a separate image .
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You can view your images as a slide show, send them in an e-mail or
use them as wallpaper or screen savers for your computer.
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Set the play method and transition effect for the slide
show and then click the [OK] button.
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The [Slide Show Options] window closes.
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Selects the image*1
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Switches to the last
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Pauses the slide
show
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the main window, the image is displayed as being selected.
2
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returns to the main window, the print dialog box is displayed.
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When all the images have been displayed, the Slide Show
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To end the slide show half-way through, click [
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Sending an Image by E-Mail
You can attach a selected image to an e-mail and send it.
The attached image to be sent is a copy of the original image and
therefore the original image remains unaffected on your computer.
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Select [Using the recommended settings.] and then
click the [Finish] button.
Create Image for Email window
1 Select an image.
[Print & Email] and then select [Create Image
2 Click
for Email] in the menu that appears.
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The image is displayed in the main window and the e-mail
software starts up.
Attach to the e-mail [Email Images] in the folder area and then
send the e-mail.
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Creating Wallpaper from an Image
You can make a selected image wallpaper for your computer.
The JPEG image for the wallpaper (extension “.JPG”) is created using a
copy of an image and therefore the original image remains unaffected.
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Select [Export an Image as Wallpaper] and then click
the [Next] button.
Write a still image window
1 Select an image.
2 Select the [File] menu X [Export Image].
The [Write a still image] window appears.
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Creating a Screen Saver from an Image
To revert to the original wallpaper
1 On the desktop, launch [System Preferences] from the Dock and then
click [Desktop & Screen Saver].
2 Select the [Desktop] tab sheet.
3 Select the file for the wallpaper and then click [
You can make a selected image a screen saver for your computer.
The data for the screen saver (extension “.SLIDESAVER”) is created
using a copy of an image and therefore the original image remains
unaffected.
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box.
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Select an image.
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Select [Export as a Screensaver] and then click the
[Next] button.
The [Export as a Screensaver] window appears.
the keyboard, enter a name and then click the
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[Finish] button.
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Specify the saved screen saver on your computer.
On the desktop, launch [System Preferences] from the Dock and
then click [Desktop & Screen Saver] X [Screen Saver] tab sheet
to display the [Screen Saver] tab sheet.
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The screen saver data is saved in the [Screen Savers] folder.
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6 Close the [Desktop & Screen Saver] window.
Click [
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Printing Multiple Images on One Sheet of Paper (Index Printing)
You can arrange multiple images in index format and print them on one
sheet of paper.
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the [Print & Email] button and then select
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Specify settings such as the paper type and the
number of prints, and then click the [Print] button.
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The [Index Print] window appears.
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Arranging Images Freely and Printing (Layout Printing)
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You can lay out images freely and then print them.
1 Select the images.
the [Print & Email] button and then select
2 Click
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Lay out your images by dragging them and then click
the [Print] button.
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Comparing Multiple Images..................................... 40
Viewing Shooting Information for an Image............. 41
Changing the Size and Type of an Image and
Saving .............................................................. 41
Exporting Shooting Information ............................... 42
Organizing Images Using High-Level Functions ..... 43
Setting Keywords in Images ....................................... 43
Entering Comments into Images ................................ 43
Saving Multiple Images with New File Names............ 44
Classifying Images by Shot Date................................ 44
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Adjusting the Color of an Image in RGB..................... 47
Adjusting the Brightness Level ................................... 48
Adjusting the Tone Curve ........................................... 48
Transferring Images to Other Image Editing Software... 49
Merging Images to Create Panorama Images............ 50
Adding Sound to Images/Playing Back ................... 51
Adding Sound to Images ............................................ 51
Playing Back Sound ................................................... 51
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Comparing Multiple Images
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To compare multiple images, you can split the viewer window into two,
three or four and display multiple images at the same time.
You can also align the display position of enlarged images and compare.
the main window, select the images you want to
1 Incompare
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2 Click [ ] (View Image) .
[Number of Displays] and select the number of
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images you want to display at the same time.
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Click [Synchronize] and then enlarge the image.
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The viewer window is split and the multiple images are displayed
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The viewer window appears.
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The synchronize display appears and all the images are displayed
at the same display magnification and in the same position.
The navigator window that displays the enlargement display
position appears and you can check and move the enlargement
display position (p.17).
Click [Synchronize] again to cancel the synchronize display. You
can now change the display magnification and move the
enlargement display position for each image.
To return to full view, select [Fit to window] from the list box under
each image.
To cancel the split display, click [Number of Displays] at the bottom of
the window and then select [Single View] from the menu that appears.
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Viewing Shooting Information for an Image
Changing the Size and Type of an Image and Saving
1 Display List Mode .
the image for which you want to view the
2 Select
information.
3 Select the [File] menu X [Get Info].
4 Click the [Advanced View] button.
You can change the size of an image or convert it to a TIFF image
(extension “.TIFF”) or a PICT image (extension “.PCT”) and save it.
Because the image is saved as a separate image, the original image
remains unaffected.
(p.61)
1 Select an image.
2 Select the [File] menu X [Export Image].
[Edit and Save Image] and then click the
3 Select
[Next] button.
The [File Information] window appears.
The [Write a still image] window appears.
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The [Edit and Save Image] window appears.
In Preview Mode, the same information as the [File Information]
window is displayed on the information display area (p.60).
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Specify the image size, type, file name and save
destination, and then click the [Finish] button.
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You can export as a text file the shooting information recorded to the
image.
1
2 Select the [File] menu X [Export Image].
[Export Shooting Properties] and then click
3 Select
the [Next] button.
Select an image.
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the export shooting information, the file
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name, and the save destination, and then click the
The image is saved as an image separate from the original
image.
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Organizing Images Using High-Level Functions
You can organize images using high-level functions such as setting
keywords and entering comments, renaming multiple files in a single
operation and classifying images by shot year/month/date, all of which
are useful when organizing your images.
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Entering Comments into Images
You can enter information relating to images as comments. The entered
comments are also useful when searching for images (p.46).
1 Display the [File Information] window .
2 Click the [Advanced View] button.
text and then press the < return > key on the
3 Enter
keyboard.
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Setting Keywords in Images
You can set keywords to identify images. The set keywords are also
useful when searching for images (p.46).
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2 Select the [Edit] menu X [Keyword] X [Settings].
3 Select the keyword(s) and then click the [OK] button.
Select an image.
The [Keywords Setting] window appears.
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Saving Multiple Images with New File Names
Classifying Images by Shot Date
You can copy multiple images and save them with new file names in a
single operation.
Multiple images can be classified into different folders according to shot
date.
all the images you want to save with new file
1 Select
names
.
the [File] menu X [Organize Image] X
2 Select
[Rename].
1 Select all the images to be classified .
the [File] menu X [Organize Image] X [Sort
2 Select
Images].
(p.10)
The [Rename] window appears.
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(p.10)
The [Sort Images] window appears.
[The files will be separated into folders for
3 Select
each shooting date.] and then click the [Next] button.
Enter the file name and click the [OK] button.
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Specify the folder structure, the file names, and the
save destination, and then click the [OK] button.
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Setting Item
YearMonthDate
Description
Classifies images by creating a first-level folder
according to shot year/month/date.
Year/YearMonthDate Classifies images by creating a second-level
folder for the shot year, and the month and date.
Year/Month/
Classifies images by creating a third-level folder
YearMonthDate
for the shot year, the month, and the date.
Year/NewName
Classifies images by creating a new folder with a
new name inside the shot year folders.
NewName/
Classifies images by creating folders for shot
YearMonthDate
year/month/date inside a folder with a new name.
YearMonthDate/
Classifies images by creating a new folder with a
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new name inside the shot year/month/date
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Searching for Images
Introduction
You can search for images by ratings (p.17), shot date, comments (p.43)
and keywords (p.43).
Select the [File] menu X [Search].
1
the search criteria and then click the [Search
2 Specify
Now] button.
The [Set Search Criteria] window appears.
4
Check the searched images in the main window.
The searched images are displayed in the main window. Also,
the [Search Results] folder is displayed in the folder area, and by
selecting this folder, you can display the searched images at any
time.
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the [Finish] button to close the [Search
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you either perform another search or quit IB.
Any work you do on images inside the [Search Results] folder will
be applied to all the original images. Therefore, please be aware
that if you edit or delete images inside the [Search Results]
folders, the original images will be edited or deleted also.
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Performing Advanced Editing
Introduction
This section explains image editing using high-level functions based on
the assumption that you are familiar with handling standard image
editing software.
JPEG images deteriorate slightly when edited and saved, and the image
before editing cannot be recovered. For this reason, an edited JPEG
image should be saved as a separate image from the original image.
3
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the image.
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Adjusting the Color of an Image in RGB
1
[Edit] and then select [Color/Brightness
2 Click
Adjustment] in the menu that appears
.
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The image is adjusted.
Display the image to edit in the viewer window (p.16).
(p.25)
The [Color/Brightness Adjustment] window appears.
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Drag to the left or right to adjust
You can adjust the color of an image in RGB (red, green, blue).
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You can edit RAW images in Digital Photo Professional (hereinafter,
“DPP”). Select the RAW image in the Main Window and select the
[File] menu X [Process RAW Images by Digital Photo Professional],
which will start up DPP. For detailed instructions on using DPP,
refer to “Digital Photo Professional Instruction Manual” (PDF
electronic manual).
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the adjustments and then click the [OK]
4 Check
button.
5 Save the image as a separate image .
(p.26)
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Adjusting the Brightness Level
Adjusting the Tone Curve
You can adjust the level of brightness (balance).
You can adjust the brightness, contrast and color of a specific area by
changing the tone curve.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window .
[Edit] and then select [Level Adjustment] in the
2 Click
menu that appears
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The [Level Adjustment] window appears.
3
Adjust the image.
1 Display the image to edit in the viewer window .
[Edit] and then select [Tone Curve Adjustment]
2 Click
in the menu that appears
.
(p.16)
(p.25)
The [Tone Curve Adjustment] window appears.
3 Adjust the image.
Drag right to adjust
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Drag to the left or right to adjust
The image is adjusted.
the adjustments and then click the [OK]
4 Check
button.
5 Save as a separate image .
(p.26)
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Click to add a [ ] (point)
Adjust by dragging [ ]
The image is adjusted.
The horizontal axis shows the input level and the vertical axis
shows the output level.
The maximum number of [ ] is 10.
To delete a [ ] , press the < delete > key on the keyboard.
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5 Save as a separate image
Check the adjustments and then click the [OK]
button.
Transferring Images to Other Image Editing Software
You can transfer images to image editing software other than IB.
(p.26).
main window, select the [ImageBrowser] menu
1 InX the
[Preferences].
The [Preferences] window appears.
2
From the menu, select [Register Application] and
then click the [Add] button.
The [Application Selection] window appears.
the image editing software to transfer to, and
3 Select
then click the [Open] button
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The selected software is registered.
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the [OK] button and then close the
4 Click
[Preferences] window.
the image you want to transfer to the image
5 Select
editing software.
the [Edit] menu X [Edit with Registered
6 Select
Application] X image editing software to transfer to.
The selected image editing software starts up and then image is
displayed.
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Merging Images to Create Panorama Images
You can merge up to four JPEG images to create panorama images.
For merging images, start up the image-merging software “PhotoStitch”
from IB and use.
1 Select multiple images to merge .
2 Select the [Edit] menu X [PhotoStitch].
the arrangement of the images to be merged
3 Check
and click the [2. Merge] tab sheet.
4
Click [Start] to merge.
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PhotoStitch starts up and the main window appears.
If the arrangement of the images to be merged is not correct,
drag the images to rearrange them.
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5 Click the [3. Save] tab sheet.
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The display switches to the [3. Save] tab sheet.
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The window switches to the [2. Merge] tab sheet.
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Adding Sound to Images/Playing Back
6
Check the save range and then click [Save].
Adding Sound to Images
You can add a sound file to an image.
A Mac OS X function is used for sound recording. When inputting sound
from external equipment, connect the external equipment to your
computer beforehand.
1
2 Select the [File] menu X [Sound] X [Record].
[ ] (recording button) and begin recording the
3 Click
sound to be added to the image. Click the [Save]
Select an image to which you want to add sound.
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The audio recording dialog box appears.
Save range
Drag [ ] to change the range
The [Save As] dialog box appears.
the save destination and then click the
7 Specify
[Save] button.
The merged images are saved.
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You can add sound to images and play back sound which you have
added to images with a camera that has a sound record function.
button to stop recording.
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Select the [PhotoStitch] menu X [Quit PhotoStitch].
PhotoStitch quits.
The recorded sound file is added to the image. The [
] icon is
displayed in the image to which the sound file was added.
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You can play back sound files that are attached to images.
1 Select an image to which a [ ] icon is attached.
2 Select the [File] menu X [Sound] X [Play].
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The sound is played back.
See also the Help that are displayed when you click [
] on the
right of the window for information on operating PhotoStitch and
PhotoStitch functions.
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Preferences ............................................................. 53
Browser Window Settings........................................... 53
Viewer Window Settings............................................. 54
Confirmation Dialog Box Settings............................... 54
Processing When Rotating Settings ........................... 55
Layout Print Settings .................................................. 55
Photo Print Settings.................................................... 55
Register Application Settings...................................... 55
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Introduction
You can change any of the IB functions in the preferences window.
Check the settings displayed for each window before making changes.
Select the [ImageBrowser] menu X [Preferences].
1
the menu, select the dialog box you want to
2 From
display, specify your settings, and then click the
Browser Window Settings
You can change the background color of the main window (browser
window) as well as the color of the thumbnail image frames.
You can also make settings for color management.
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[OK] button.
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Viewer Window Settings
Confirmation Dialog Box Settings
You can set the shooting information displayed in the viewer window
(p.62).
You can set the software so that confirmation dialog boxes displayed
after each operation are not displayed.
The items you uncheck are not displayed.
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To display the shooting information in the viewer window
In the viewer window, click the [Show Shooting Information] button
(p.62) and in the menu that appears, select [Show Shooting Information]
to display the shooting information.
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Processing When Rotating Settings
Photo Print Settings
You can make settings related to image rotation.
When printing with the [Photo Print] window (p.13), you can set whether
to trim the image and print with no borders around the paper, or to print
as is without trimming.
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Layout Print Settings
You can make settings for layout printing.
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Register Application Settings
You can register other editing software.
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Troubleshooting....................................................... 57
Deleting the Software (Uninstalling) ........................ 58
System Requirements ............................................. 59
Supported Images ................................................... 59
About RAW Image Task .......................................... 59
List of Main Window Functions................................ 60
Preview Mode............................................................. 60
List Mode .................................................................... 61
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List of Photo Print Window Functions .......................... 63
List of Index Print Window Functions ...................... 64
List of Layout Print Window Functions .................... 65
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Index........................................................................ 67
About This Instruction Manual ................................ 69
Trademark Acknowledgments ................................ 69
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Introduction
If IB is not operating correctly, refer to the items below.
Also refer to the Help from the [Help] menu or click the [?] button at the
top of each window and refer to the Help displayed.
Installation could not be completed correctly
You cannot install software unless you are logged into an account with
Administrator privileges. Log in again into an account with
Administrator privileges.
For how to log in and how to specify Administrator settings, refer to
the User’s Manual for the Macintosh computer or for Mac OS X.
IB does not work
IB does not operate correctly on a computer if its system
requirements does not meet. Use IB on a computer with compatible
system requirements (p.59).
Even if your computer has the RAM capacity (memory) described in
the system requirements (p.59), if other applications are running at
the same time as IB, you may not have sufficient RAM (memory). Quit
any applications other than IB.
The software preferences file may be corrupted. Quit all applications
and follow the procedure below to delete the preferences file from the
[Preferences] folder before restarting IB.
In the hard disk drive where the system is saved, open the [Users]
folder X folder of the logged in user X [Library] folder X [Preferences]
folder, and delete the preferences files below.
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com.canon.ImageBrowser.plist
Preferences file for the
ImageBrowser
com.canon.RAWImageTask.plist
Preferences file for the RAW
Image Task
com.canon.PhotoStitch.plist
Preferences file for the
PhotoStitch
Images do not display properly
Images that are not supported by IB (p.59) do not display. There are
various types of JPEG and TIFF images, so JPEG images other than
Exif 2.2 and 2.21 compatible images and TIFF images other than Exif
compatible images may not display properly.
With initial settings, the color of images that have been shot in Adobe
RGB appear weak. In this case, check the [Browser Window] window
in preferences and checkmark [Adjust Image Colors Using a Monitor
Profile] (p.53). Color management is performed and the color of the
image shot with an Adobe RGB setting and the image shot with an
sRGB setting are matched.
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Deleting the Software (Uninstalling)
Quit any applications before uninstalling the software.
To uninstall the software, log into the account used when installation
was performed.
To prevent computer malfunctions, always restart your computer after
you have uninstalled the software.
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You cannot retrieve data that you have emptied into the Trash
and deleted, so be particularly careful when deleting data.
You cannot install the software again if you have just moved the
[ImageBrowser] folder to the trash. Be sure to select the [Finder]
menu X [Empty Trash].
1 Display the folder in which the software is saved.
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Open the [Canon Utilities] folder.
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2 Drag the [ImageBrowser] folder to the Trash.
the [Finder] menu on the desktop X [Empty
3 Select
Trash].
The software is deleted.
4
Restart your computer.
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System Requirements
About RAW Image Task
OS
Mac OS X 10.4 to 10.5
Computer
Macintosh with one of the above OS installed
CPU
PowerPC G4, G5 or Intel processor
RAM
Minimum 256MB
Display
Resolution : 1024 × 768 or more
Colors : Thousands or more
RAW Image Task is the RAW image editing software linked with IB.
RAW Image Task is not provided with IB ver. 6.2, but if it is installed
on your computer, it can be started up from IB ver. 6.2 in the same
way as from versions 6.1 and earlier.
RAW Image Task is not compatible with RAW images shot using an
EOS 50D.
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This software program is not compatible with UFS (UNIX File System)
formatted disks.
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Supported Images
Image type
Extension
JPEG images shot with a Canon digital
JPEG images camera (Exif 2.2 or 2.21-compatible
JPEG images)
.JPG, .JPEG
RAW images
RAW images shot with a EOS DIGITAL
camera excluding EOS D6000, EOS
D2000, EOS DCS1, EOS DCS3
.CR2
.TIF
.CRW
TIFF images
Exif-compatible TIFF images
BMP images
Bitmap images
.BMP
PICT images
PICT images
.PICT
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List of Main Window Functions
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Preview Mode
Image display area
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Information display area
Folder area*1
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Filter display
(p.18)
Enlarges/
reduces the
thumbnail
images (p.11)
Starts up EOS Utility/Displays
Download images window
(p.7, p.9)
Viewer window (p.62)
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Thumbnail image
display area*2
Shows/hides the folder area
Shows/hides the task buttons
Shows/hides the
information display area
Selects/deselects all the
images
Number of selected images/
Total number of images
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Deletes images and folders (p.23)
Prints images and creates images for e-mail (p.13, p.33, p.37, p.38)
Connects to the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY*3
Slide show (p.32)
*1 Images in folders selected here are displayed on the thumbnail image display area.
*2 Images selected here are displayed on the image display area.
*3 The [CANON iMAGE GATEWAY] button may not be displayed depending on the area you are in.
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List Mode
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RAW image icon
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Folder area*1
Filter display
(p.18)
Enlarges/
reduces the
thumbnail
images (p.11)
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Bracketing icon
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Image display area
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Protect icon
Audio recording icon
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Shows/hides the folder area
Shows/hides the task buttons
Selects/deselects all the
images
Starts up EOS Utility/Displays
Slide show
Download images window
(p.32)
(p.7, p.9)
Viewer window (p.62)
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Number of selected images/
Total number of images
Deletes images and folders (p.23)
Prints images and creates images for e-mail (p.13, p.33, p.37, p.38)
Connects to the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY*2
*1 Images in folders selected here are displayed on the image display area.
*2 The [CANON iMAGE GATEWAY] button may not be displayed depending on the area you are in.
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(p.17)
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Rating (p.17)
Shows/hides the
shooting information
and AF point
(p.12, p.16)
Switches
between images
Displayed image size
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Display magnification
Saves the images (p.26)
Edits the images (p.25)
Split displays (p.40)
Photo print window (p.63)
Full view display (p.12)
Synchronize (p.40)
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Printer selection and settings
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Page settings
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Shot date and
time settings
Trims the image
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Print preview
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Inserts text
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Switches the printing image
Number of prints
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Printer selection
and settings
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Page settings
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Trims the image
Switches the printing page
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Rotates the image
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Sets the printing
style
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Printer selection
and settings
Page settings
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Rotates the image
Trims the image
Deletes an image
Reverts to the original condition
Number of images per page
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Downloading Images to Your Computer
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Image Editing
Download images by connecting your camera
and computer
p.7
Download images using a card reader
p.8
Image Checking
Look through
p.10
Enlarge and view
p.11, p.16
Check efficiently
p.19
Compare multiple images
p.40
Check the shooting information such as shot
date
p.41
View as a slide show
p.31
Image Printing
Print one image on one page
p.13
Arrange multiple images on one page and print
p.37
Arrange images freely and print
p.38
Organizing Images
Sort by rating
p.17
Move to a different location
p.21
Move by entire folder to a different location
p.21
Change the file name
p.22
Delete
p.23
Classify by shot date
p.44
Search
p.46
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Use automatic adjustment
p.25
Adjust brightness/darkness
p.26
Make colors more vivid
p.26
Trim parts of an image
p.27
Specify an aspect ratio that matches the size of
the paper on which an image is to be printed
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Make an image sharp
p.29
Insert text
p.28
Correct red-eye
p.30
Merge
p.50
Utilizing Images
Attach an image to an e-mail
p.33
Make into computer wallpaper
p.34
Make into a computer screen saver
p.35
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Converting Images
Change the size
p.41
Convert to a different type
p.41
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Adding Sound to Images..................................................................... 51
Adjust JPEG Images..................................................................... 25, 47
Adjusting (JPEG or TIFF Image)................................................... 25, 47
Adjusting in RGB .......................................................................... 47
Adjusting the Brightness............................................................... 26
Adjusting the Brightness Level ..................................................... 48
Adjusting the Saturation ............................................................... 26
Adjusting the Sharpness .............................................................. 29
Adjusting the Tone Curve............................................................. 48
Automatic Adjustment .................................................................. 25
Correcting Red-eye ...................................................................... 30
Adjusting the Brightness ..................................................................... 26
Adjusting the Brightness Level............................................................ 48
Adjusting the Saturation...................................................................... 26
Adjusting the Sharpness ..................................................................... 29
Adjusting the Tone Curve ................................................................... 48
Attach an Image to an E-mail.............................................................. 33
Automatic Adjustment ......................................................................... 25
Delete
Delete Folders............................................................................... 23
Delete Images ............................................................................... 23
Delete the Software ...................................................................... 58
Delete Folders ..................................................................................... 23
Delete Images ..................................................................................... 23
Delete the Software (Uninstalling) ....................................................... 58
Deleting the IB (Uninstalling) ............................................................... 58
Displaying Images Shot with Adobe RGB ........................................... 57
Downloading an Image to Your Computer ............................................ 7
Downloading Images from a Camera ............................................. 7
Downloading Images from a Card Reader...................................... 8
Downloading Images ............................................................................. 7
Downloading Images from a Card Reader ............................................ 8
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Batch Change the File Name of Images ............................................. 44
Browser Window .................................................................................
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Browser Window Settings (Preferences) ............................................ 53
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Change File Name ..............................................................................
Change Folder Name..........................................................................
Change the Display Magnification ......................................................
Changing the Size and Type of an Image and Saving........................
Checking the Shooting Information.....................................................
Classifying the Images by Shot Date ..................................................
Color Management .............................................................................
Compare Multiple Images ...................................................................
Confirmation Dialog Box Settings (Preferences) ................................
Correcting Red-eye.............................................................................
Creating a Folder ................................................................................
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Enlarge Images ............................................................................. 11, 17
Entering Comments............................................................................. 43
Exporting Shooting Information ........................................................... 42
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Favorite Folders................................................................................... 23
Full View Display ................................................................................. 12
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Index Printing....................................................................................... 37
Insert Text............................................................................................ 28
Inserting Text into Images ................................................................... 28
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Keywords Settings............................................................................... 43
L
Layout Print Settings (Preferences)..................................................... 55
Layout Printing..................................................................................... 38
List Mode (Main Window) .............................................................. 10, 61
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Main Window (Browser Window) .............................................. 7, 60, 61
Merging Panorama Images................................................................. 50
Move or Copy Folders......................................................................... 21
Move or Copy Images......................................................................... 21
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Navigator Window............................................................................... 17
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Operating with EOS Utility .................................................................... 7
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Photo Print Settings (Preferences) ..................................................... 55
Photo Printing ..................................................................................... 13
Playing Back Sound............................................................................ 51
Preferences......................................................................................... 53
Browser Window Settings ............................................................ 53
Confirmation Dialog Box Settings................................................. 54
Layout Print Settings .................................................................... 55
Photo Print Settings...................................................................... 55
Processing When Rotating Settings............................................. 55
Register Application Settings ....................................................... 55
Viewer Window Settings............................................................... 54
Preview Mode (Main Window) .................................................. 9, 19, 60
Printing
Index Printing ............................................................................... 37
Layout Printing ............................................................................. 38
Photo Printing............................................................................... 13
Processing When Rotating Settings (Preferences)............................. 55
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Setting a Screen Saver........................................................................ 35
Setting a Wallpaper ............................................................................. 34
Setting an Image as a Screen Saver................................................... 35
Setting an Image as Wallpaper ........................................................... 34
Slide Show........................................................................................... 31
Starting up IB......................................................................................... 7
Supported Images ............................................................................... 59
Synchronize Display ............................................................................ 40
System Requirements ......................................................................... 59
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Thumbnail Display (Main Window) ...................................................... 10
Transfer Images to other Image Editing Software ............................... 49
Trimming.............................................................................................. 27
Trimming an Image.............................................................................. 27
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View an Image....................................................................................... 9
Viewer Window........................................................................ 12, 16, 62
Viewer Window Settings (Preferences) ............................................... 54
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Quitting IB ........................................................................................... 14
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Ratings................................................................................................ 17
Register Application Settings (Preferences) ....................................... 55
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Searching for Images.......................................................................... 46
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About This Instruction Manual
It is prohibited to reproduce, in whole or part, the contents of this
Instruction Manual without permission.
Canon may change without notice the software specifications and
contents of this Instruction Manual.
The software screens and displays printed in this Instruction Manual
may differ slightly from the actual software.
The content of this Instruction Manual has been reviewed thoroughly.
However, if you should notice any errors or omissions, please contact
a Canon Service Center.
Please note that irrespective of the above-mentioned, Canon does
not take responsibility for the outcome of the operation of the
software.
Trademark Acknowledgments
Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the United States
and other countries.
Other names and products not mentioned above may be registered
trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
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